Already low-priced gas got even more cheaper for the nation’s airlines in October, according to a federal Bureau of Transportation Statistics report on Tuesday.
The October Airline Fuel Cost and Consumption Data report said the preliminary average cost per gallon of fuel for U.S. airlines’ scheduled services was $1.65.
That represented a 38 percent decrease from $2.68 per gallon in October 2014, according to the report.
For the year, the per-gallon cost of gas for scheduled airlines is 35 percent lower than the same period a year ago, BTS said.
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